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NYT article: In Vienna, A Bespoke Tradition Thrives

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From the NY Times travel section, on bespoke in Vienna
http://travel.nytimes.com/2011/03/06...tml?ref=travel
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From the NY Times travel section, on bespoke in Vienna
http://travel.nytimes.com/2011/03/06...tml?ref=travel

Interesting - thanks for the link
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Interesting - thanks for the link

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Excellent article. Thank you for posting.
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i wholeheartledly approve.
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Make sure to view the associated slide show. Interesting photos.
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+4 very interesting.
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Thank you for the link!
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I must admit I am intrigued by the sartorial world from central europe.
In the Netherlands there is always a quest for change. Even if it is no improvement.
Holding on to quality and a certain grandeur in presentation even over the course of nearly a century (maybe even two for some very old firms in other artisanal areas there) is very difficult and requires a certain mindset and determination. Very much the real thing.
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